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  • Q. Which is best for hilly area MT or AMT - Celerio?

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    Valentine
    Valentine | 1 year ago

    None

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    Raju
    Raju | 1 year ago

    I think you go MT specially you want for hilly area in AMT u cant do anything

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    Shahnawaz
    Shahnawaz | 1 year ago

    MT

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  • 2.3

    Not a perfect car for long travel suitable for short distance travel. Driving performance was great maintenance cost was less

  • 4.7

    Purchased for city commute and occasional highway drive because it had better looks than Wagon-r. On petrol the mileage in city is around 18-20 and on highway 21-23(again depends on driving style). But in CNG the mileage in city is 22-25 and on highway its around 26-30(speed must be in between 80-100). Interior is average, not very basic not too fancy. Gets 2 airbags but lacks high speed stability due to less kurb weight. Engine performs really well, there is lag in the bottom end but really picks up pace after 3000rpm. I drove it at around 150kmph on petrol and 130kmph on CNG. Reliability of engine is good, doesnt burn much oil even if the car is on CNG mode for months(good practice is to drive it on pertol for 15-20km once a week). Speaking of built quality, its the same as expected from a maruti car. It rattles and squeaks on bad roads but is silent on good roads. Braking is not good nor bad but decent and ABS works well(only engages on places it should). Comfort too is decent for front as well as rear passengers compared to Wagon-r as the rear seats in celerio are not upright(not in kind of bench format). One can easily cover 350+kms without a break. Gearbox too is slick shifting and perfectly matches with the rev happy k10B engine(just judders a bit in reverse gear). Talking about sales and services the my celerio VXI(optional) varient costed me 5.71lakh (18thousand extra for passenger side airbag and ABS which is now mandatory in every car). Sales are good as parts and service stations are available in almost every city of India. The first major paid service costed me 5,516rs after 13000km(which is not bad as oil, oil filter, cabin air filter, intake filter, throttle body cleaning, replacing all spark plugs, wheel alignment and balancing, etc was done). According to me its better alternative than Wangon-r in all aspects. Thank you

  • 4.3

    Its a value for money car, at 5.5 L on road, you will get a decent car with basic features like air bag, good space, phone controls on the steering wheel, head room(as it is a tall boy). Performance wise, its ok to have a 1000cc which is sufficient for a city traffic. at the same time it is manageable in travels upto 400kms at a stretch.long story in short - normal indian family budget car

  • 5.0

    Very Good. Excellent performance. Good for small family. Nice car. Mileage is as expected. Color is good.

  • 5.0

    Overall not bad......... comfortable and easy to drive also. mileage also good.family use..... and nice performance

  • 5.0

    Car performance Mileage and low cost service only required

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